Carlo Ancelotti took advantage of the press conference following Real Madrid's victory against Juventus to express that FC Barcelona "must always be respected". The Italian coach has considered that the Blaugrana club is moving very well in the transfer market and has limited himself to the opinion that "in soccer nothing surprises me" when he was questioned about the high culé investment in a delicate economic context at the Camp Nou.
"In soccer, nothing surprises me. Barça is a fantastic team, but I'm worried about my team. Barça must always be respected", said the coach after a "good" game that "allowed us to close the preseason well".
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The Italian coach was particularly eloquent in his praise for Karim Benzema, "the best of all without a doubt" in his view. "He does everything well. He is very difficult to defend," he justified.
'Carletto' also highly valued the level of Casemiro, Kroos and Modric in midfield: "I call them the Bermuda Triangle because the ball disappears there". Although he did not talk about signings, Ancelotti once again reminded that he would like Dani Ceballos to stay in his team because "he is working very well" and has had a "complete preseason".
Real Madrid to play for UEFA Super Cup title
The Madrid coach explained, before returning to Spain, that the Merengue side will rest for three days and then focus on the European Super Cup against Eintracht Frankfurt. "We have felt all the love we could in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and San Francisco," the coach said of the tour in the United States.